Demir Pence Korsan Adam (Iron Claw The Pirate) is a wild Turkish movie from 1969. Our hero The Pirate battles a baddie who appears to be Fantomas. There is tons of action- there are numerous fights and even a little belly dancing. The opening scene is not to be missed- a sultry Turkish dancer does the hoochie-koochie while the backup band (who resembles a Turkish Iron Butterfly) plays some great organ-based background music. This movie is for lovers of cult cinema and old Turkish movies. It was directed by Cetin Inanc and stars
Run time 84 minutes 7 secondsAudio/Visual sound, b/w
Demir Karahan, Nebahat Cehre and Yildirim Gencer. Happily, it's in better condition than most Turkish films. Enjoy!
September 3, 2012
iron claw the pirate
pure bunk and I loved it. Handsome hero, pretty girls, guns that never need loading for some, a bad guy with a kitchen mitt on his hand, killing bad guys so they don't have a chance to come back, a band that was pretty good, belly dancers... I loved it.
September 2, 2012
Goofy but Entertaining
It's got masks, motorcycles, many manly mustaches, mayhem, music- and belly dancing, too. What more could you want? This is not exactly Citizen Kane, but it's a lot of fun. It's in unsubtitled Tukish, but that hardly matters, really.